As a project manager you oversee all aspects of our projects to ensure the desired result is achieved and the stakeholders involved are satisfied.
As a Project Manager you are responsible for :
Delivering projects in a timely and cost effective manner.
Project budgeting, planning, monitoring and steering and performing issue, change and risk management.
Managing procedures and project resources (e.g. staffing) throughout the different stages of the project.
Coordinating the cooperation of internal and external collaborators (e.g. implementation specialists, suppliers, ).
Maintaining and developing a strong customer relationship and negotiating changes of the project scope with the client.
Ensuring project documentation and creating progress reports to share with the project stakeholders.
Developing improvement plans and sharing best practices with your colleagues.
What you bring to the table
You hold a Bachelor degree in Computer Engineer, Telecommunication, biomedical science or equivalent discipline.
You have 3 to 4 years of experience in project management and managed at least 5 projects.
You have experience in a hospital environment or with public tender processes. (clinical applications, ehealth, hospital IT, medical images, medical software, ... )
You are an experienced user of MS Projects, Excel and service management tools. Project Management Professional (PMP) or Prince II certification is an asset.
You are familiar with hardware infrastructures, networks and high level R&D processes.
You are able to work on multiple projects or issues and prioritize to meet deadlines.
As a strong team player you are able to maintain a high level of quality in a continually changing environment.
Being a problem solver you have an analytical mind and think out of the box.
You go the extra mile to build lasting relationships with our customers.
You are flexible when it comes to working hours.
You are fluent in Spanish and you have good knowledge of English. Knowledge of Italian or Portuguese is an asset.
You are willing to travel up to 70% of the time, mainly in Spain and Europe.